Category Archives: Recipes

New and classical dishes – explore the in-depth history and perfect recipes for some of the world’s most iconic dishes… As well as a few bonkers experiments from Johan’s test kitchen.

Beginner’s Guide to Mexican Food, Part VI: Perfect Tacos al Pastor

tacos al pastor

Behold the beauty that is Tacos al Pastor: Soft corn tortillas stuffed with a magical, marinated substance known as pork al pastor along with grilled pineapple, salsa verde and onion! Tacos al Pastor in all their glory – cooked by me, meticulously plated for your food porn needs by Malou from Klidmoster.dk I know, I […]

Smoked Salmon Pizza Recipe – Cooking with Quality Farmed Salmon

smoked salmon pizza with dill, red onions and capers

Sponsored product notice: The quality farmed salmon sampled and used for the purpose of this post was kindly donated by Vega Salmon. While Vega Salmon have neither paid for nor exercised editorial control over this article and views and opinions are entirely my own, Danish law requires this post be marked as an AD. Smoked […]

Perfect Pho: Vietname Noodle Soup – History, Basics and Recipe

Pho - Vietnamese Noodle Soup

Ah, Pho! Finally, in our in-depth exploration of iconic meals from around the globe, we get around to talking Pho or humble Vietnamese noodle soup turned world-renowned comfort food. For those not in the know, we’re talking an absolute cornerstone of Vietnamese street food culture here: steaming hot, fragrant and aromatic broth served atop rice […]

Beginner’s Guide to Mexican Food, Part V: Homemade Corn Tortillas and Tacos

homemade corn tortillas

What is the single most well-known, most iconic and most recognizable Mexican food? Tacos! For better or for worse, tacos must be the answer! Few dishes have achieved as much international fame and accolade as the humble taco and few have been as bastardized and sadly misunderstood.   TACOS! In all their over-stuffed glory! Cooked […]

Beginner’s Guide to Mexican Food, Part IV: Carne Asada – Grilled Beef

carne asada

Hola Amigas y Amigos! Welcome to this, our fourth instalment of our Beginner’s Guide to Mexican Food series! Our subject of the day is Carne Asada – Mexican grilled beef – an iconic dish in its own accord, but certainly also the perfect filling for traditional Mexican dishes like tacos or burritos.   Behold, Carne […]